Camden school officials will meet with parents
CAMDEN — The status of the Camden baseball team’s season remains uncertain following the completion of a school investigation on the team for a "student disciplinary matter."
Superintendent Dr. Jeffrey K. Bryant said the investigation concluded on Monday, but a decision has not been made on what the future of the team will be.
He added that district officials along with athletic director Aaron Carey this week will meet with the parents of those on the team as they make a decision on the Blue Devils’ future.
"We concluded the investigation yesterday," Bryant said. "We will meet with the kids’ parents in a meeting this week to determine what the future of the program will be moving forward, and we will make a statement afterwards."
Bryant said that he would speak with Carey this morning on when the meeting will take place.
According to the schedule which is posted on the Digital Sports Web site, Camden’s game originally scheduled today against Whitesboro has been postponed, and a non-league game that had been scheduled to be played on Wednesday against Central Square is no longer on the schedule. The next game listed on the Digital Sports schedule is a home contest against Holland Patent on Thursday, followed by a game at New Hartford on Friday.
Camden has eight contests remaining on its schedule, all league contests.